Glasgow Film Festival 2016

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16 Years Till Summer (Sixteen years Till Summer) (Country: UK, Iceland; Year: 2015; Director: Lou McLoughlan; Writer: Lou McLoughlan)
A convicted criminal returns home to nurse his father, bringing a dangerous mix of troubled past and big ambition into the lives of those that love him.
Couple In A Hole (Country: UK, Belgium, France; Year: 2015; Director: Tom Geens; Writer: Tom Geens; Stars: Paul Higgins, Kate Dickie, Jérôme Kircher, Corinne Masiero)
A Scottish couple ends up living like savages in a hole in the middle of a vast forest.
Departure (Country: UK, France; Year: 2015; Director: Andrew Steggall; Writer: Andrew Steggall; Stars: Juliet Stevenson, Alex Lawther, Phénix Brossard)
An English mother and son preparing their French summerhouse for sale both face emotional challenges as nostalgia and first love pull them in different directions.
Hamish (Country: UK; Year: 2016; Director: Robbie Fraser; Writer: Kevin MacNeil)
A documentary portrait of Hamish Henderson, poet, soldier, intellectual, activist, songwriter and leading force in the revival of Scottish folk music.
The Lesson (Country: UK; Year: 2015; Director: Ruth Platt; Writer: Ruth Platt; Stars: Robert Hands, Evan Bendall, Michaela Prchalová, Rory Coltart, Joshua Wedge)
Two teenage wasters upset the wrong person.
The Ones Below The Ones Below
The Ones Below and 16 Years Till Summer
The Ones Below (Country: UK; Year: 2015; Director: David Farr; Writer: David Farr; Stars: Natasha Alderslade, Laila Alj, Laura Birn, Grace Calder, Stephen Campbell Moore, Tuyen Do, Jonathan Harden, Christos Lawton, David Morrissey, Sam Pamphilon, Clémence Poésy, Robert Roman Ratajczak, Blaise Simmons-Johnson)
When a strange couple move in downstairs, a married pair find their happy home becomes something far more sinister.
Where Do We Go From Here? (Country: UK; Year: 2015; Director: John McPhail; Stars: Tyler Collins, Lucy-Jane Quinlan, Alison Peebles)
A young man takes a job as a janitor in a care home so he can say close to his grandfather, and finds himself falling for a nurse who also works there.
Winter (Country: UK; Year: 2015; Director: Heidi Greensmith; Writer: Heidi Greensmith; Stars: Tommy Flanagan, Tom Payne, Bill Milner)
A bereaved man who has turned to drink is an increasing burden on his son.

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